Sing From Your Heart

Free Your Voice, Uplift The Spirit

Come feel the beat in your body and open and release your authentic voice with two inspirational leaders, Frannie Faith and Chris Coogan!
Experience the joy of singing in a choir with free expression of body, mind & soul! Experience meditation and balancing the energy centers through sound, and learn how mindfulness practices are directly related to singing!!! Step out of your comfort zone and sing in a safe, nonjudgmental, loving space! Leave the negative stories about your singing voice behind and move into freedom!!!

Through choral singing including harmony, deep listening & vocal technique, woven with mindfulness practices including meditation for inner peace and relaxation, chakra sound healing to clear and rejuvenate the energy centers, sharing circles and journaling, Frannie & Chris will work on a deep level to bring you to a place of joy and connection to yourself, each other and the Divine. The songs will be an eclectic blend of pop, world and original inspirational healing music with positive messages!

No experience necessary.

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Frannie Faith is a singer-songwriter, certified in Yoga Nidra and Power of Awareness Meditation and as a Reiki Healer Level 2. She brings meditation, mindfulness and music together to open hearts and heal. A lifelong meditator and professional performer, Frannie has two music CDs of original songs, "Artist of the Heart" and "Bring Up the Vibration” and a new meditation/Yoga Nidra CD, "Peaceful Places". She has co-presented at Kripalu and Omega Institute and teaches meditation privately and in workshops.

Watch Frannie's video, Bring Up The Vibration, here



Chris Coogan is professional jazz musician with impressive credits (including performing with the the likes of Bette Midler, Donna Summer, Paul Newman and Whoopie Goldberg, among others). He is the founder & director of the Good News Gospel Choir, a multi-denominational singing group which performs at churches, festivals, fundraisers and various community events throughout Connecticut. He sees himself as as a catalyst who uses the medium of music to bring people together.